We are featuring the work from Gustavo Viselner who is an illustrator based in Tel Aviv, Israel. He is also a talented Pixel Artist with a brilliant idea to introduce this beautiful form of an accidental art from the 80s to today's favourite TV Shows. Imagine reliving some of the best TV moments from the two decades in a Pixel form, enhance that 8-bit to the masses. You will recognize memorable TV shows like Breaking Bad, Game of Thrones, Stranger Things and a lot more. Please enjoy! Pixel-Art is an art formed by lack, emerging back in the happy 8-bit days of the 80's. It is a foundation stone of video gamer's folklore. For me, pixel art is no longer just a graphic tool for games, but a form of art that can stand out without having a video game to support it. Having said that, I would love to take Saul Goodman to an exciting pixelated adventure. For now translating these fantasies into illustrated scenes is all I can do, and it's delightful. More Links Learn more about Gustavo Viselner via Behance Follow Gustavo on Instagram Check out Gustavo's Shop on Etsy Pixel Art
Thanks to Magomed Dovjenko, I got to see this video and within the first 10 seconds I knew I have to share it with all you guys. The big apple, better known as New York, is assaulted by 8-bit creatures. Great idea followed by a detailed realization, you wont miss. I was looking for more information about this artists but could not even find a website. I would be really happy to find more of him, so please help me. Edit: Visit them at www.onemoreproduction.com/. Thanks to ddlocks for finding the website.
Charis Tsevis is a graphic design from Athens, Greece. His work has a lot of influence from the Gestal Psicology, which he studied in College. His work is full of mosaics, portraits and images formed by thousands of tiny little photos of objects. Sometimes it reminds a bit of pixel art, simply awesome. My name is Charis Tsevis and I am a visual designer, living and working at Athens, Greece. I run my own studio under the name “Tsevis Visual Design” with my beloved wife Eva and our colleagues both for domestic or foreign projects. Since April 1st, 2008 I am working for Adobe Systems. I am the Channel Manager for the Mediterranean region. This is real fun as Adobe occupies the center of the creative software industry. What we do mostly is providing our creative services at the publishing and editorial industry and at the same time, we enjoy being active in illustration and multimedia. I could say that we are specializing in book and brochure design. My wife and me both love fiction and non-fiction and that giving us the ability to successfully meet the needs of our clients, trying to deliver the best we can to support any product or service of them. Below you can see some examples of Charis' work, but we, as usual, highly recommend that you check out his Flickr Charis Tsevis or at http://www.tsevis.com/